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Welcome to january the 74th

I think we survived January. B’s teeth, the three times car mechanic, insurances and christmas-meldown hit hard… but we had food and shelter and made it through.

This is the last meal I made and even though we’re doing scraps now… it was awesome. I will call it:

Pasta N eggs 74th

  • Boil some pasta
  • Cut leftover veggies (we had kale, onions and parsnips) and fry it in a pan with some salt, paprika and garlic
  • mix a bunch of whole eggs with a good splash of cream and a bit of sifted wheat flour – give it salt and pepper and toss it in a medium/low heat frying pan and let it warm/sit
  • mix pasta with vegetables and fry it a minute or two, before adding a bit cream and topping it with what ever cheese that needs to be eaten.
  • turn on the grill in the oven and give the pasta-veggies a ninut or two.
  • Check the eggs. If it is still a bit liquid on top, give it a minute or two under the grill
  • Serve and enjoy.

Sowing Allium ursinum

Just before Christmas we went to the garden center just for fun, and they had all sorts of seeds on sale, and we got a whole bunch of different stuff including different varieties of Tulips and Daffodils that I planted about 1 week ago. A bit too late, but I wanted to make sure they didn’t come too early as we’ve had almost no frost this winter (yet). I put my garlic in the ground in December as the almanac says, but… I’m a but worried that them already being 15 cm tall will be a problem if winter comes. So I planted a new batch just to be sure – as I use quite a lot of garlic.

But! Along the seeds I got some allium ursinum (in Denmark we call them ramsl√łg). And they need to get in the ground in january.

So. Here they are. I’m experimenting a bit, because I didn’t find any ressources about what kind if soil they need, so I have one half with just dirt from the garden (since my other alliums are sprouting just fine) and the other half has some bought compost on top. I’m using a plastic egg tray, which was saved. I know people prefer the paper ones, but…the eggs were cheaper in plastic and I want to use the tray later and next year as well, as it’s creating as little greenhouse with its lid on… so that’s my justification right now.

I’m not watering the soil, but spraying it, keeping it a bit moist and not wet, since it’s not going to evaporate from the outside like a paper tray. I read somewhere that they need the cold, so I put it outside a few days before bringing it inside placing it in the window. And now… I’m waiting. Juuust like with everything else that happens in the garden.